On the latest episode of the Free Beacon podcast, a well-dressed Aaron Harison delivers a shocking eulogy for Barbara Bush, blowing the minds of the rest of the panel. Meanwhile, the Beacon goes to bat for Mike Pompeo, wonders about what the art world is coming to, and celebrates the capitalist efforts of tween rapper Lil Tay.

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On the latest episode of the Free Beacon podcast, the crew discusses attorney-client privilege, the strike on Syria, and the Democrats’ doom and gloom strategy heading into 2018’s midterms before saluting R. Lee Ermey (RIP).

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In the latest episode of the Free Beacon podcast, the team discusses Jim Comey, working out with Gov. Greitens, and the lameness of music today.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, our eclectic mix of topics include the death of attorney-client privilege, the silencing of Diamond and Silk, and a fire at Trump Tower.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, Free Beacon Deputy Editor Victorino Matus fills in for Natalie Johnson, who is in California stalking Channing Tatum. Our crack team discusses turmoil at the EPA, “theybies,” and sending the National Guard to the southern border.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, the panel discusses a world without borders, self-serving op-eds, and the museum of selfies, among other pressing topics.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, Aaron Harison returns with some good news, the gang discusses Donald Trump’s power to pardon, and our correspondents try to figure out what Disney’s going to do to their princesses next.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, Brent Scher fills in for Aaron Harison and the crew discusses the Trump Administration’s expulsion of Russian spies, the Stormy Daniels interview, Harry Potter as a metaphor against gun control, and the proper way to cook eggs.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, the panelists discuss the return of John Bolton, Biden v. Trump, and Wes Anderson, while Aaron Harison breaks down the ugly gap.

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Today on Right and Righter, the team discusses Andrew McCabe and self-driving cars before trying to figure out exactly how many people had their ears pierced at soon-to-be-defunct mall chain Claire’s.

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Topics include Robert Mueller’s subpoena of the Trump Organization, the results of the special election in Pennsylvania, Putin’s new space race, celebrity breakups, who Zayn is, whether we should believe Justin Bieber is a committed Christian, pets in airplanes, Katy Perry, and how wrong Sonny Bunch is about Stephen Hawking.

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On today’s episode of Right and Righter, the crew discusses the departure of Rex Tillerson, Stormy Daniels’ shady ploy, and Taylor Swift concert tickets.

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Today on the podcast, the crew discusses the odds of Donald Trump winning the Nobel Peace Prize, a truly ingenious Russian intervention, and Aaron Harison offers up some health advice.

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Topics discussed on today’s episode of Right and Righter include Sam Nunberg’s media meltdown, the extra-shocking finale of The Bachelor, and the best film of 2018: Death Wish.

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On the latest episode of Right and Righter, we discuss Trump’s trade wars, his shifting stances on gun control, the departure of Hope Hicks from the Trump White House, Ben Carson’s $31,000 office furniture, the future of the ‘Sex and the City’ franchise, KFC versus Popeye’s chicken, taxidermy, and yoga pants, God’s gift to mankind.

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The latest Right and Righter tackles gun control, Dianne Feinstein, Michelle Obama’s forthcoming book, Monica Lewinsky, an extra-special segment on “The Bachelor,” Sonny Bunch’s support for vigilantism, and supermodel Emily Ratajkowski.

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On this episode of “Right and Righter,” host Elizabeth Harrington welcomes Matthew Continetti, Aaron Harison, Natalie Johnson, and special guest Michael Goldfarb. Topics include the gun control debate, bullying, Brendan Fraser, the Bachelor Winter Games, Millennials, Justin Trudeau, and turning the Moon into a gas station. You won’t want to miss it.

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